Ways That Trump's Economic Plan Is Unlikely to Help You

"Many people are saying that the Iranians killed the scientist who helped the US because of Hillary Clinton's hacked emails", Trump wrote in a tweet sent to his 10.8 million followers Monday night.

In the survey, conducted by Insights West last week, 79 per cent of respondents said they are "very concerned" or "moderately concerned" about the possibility of the Republican nominee becoming the president of the United States.

"None of us will vote for Donald Trump", said the statement, which noted that some signatories also have doubts about Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

But donors to Trump's primary Republican opponents are backing him at a historically low rate.

Donald Trump is seeking to quell concerns he lacks the discipline or policy know-how to make a competent president, even as the list of fellow Republicans deeming him unfit for the Oval Office grows.

Susan Collins, a Republican, will not vote for Donald Trump for president, writing in The Washington Post that she was "increasingly dismayed by his constant stream of cruel comments".

The renewed focus on GOP discord is not the theme Trump has hoped to emphasize, especially as fresh polls appear to show Clinton widening her lead. "So the campaign has assumed the role of nervous party-pooper, working hard to demonstrate that they do need that donation, because Trump could still win". A new poll out of North Carolina today confirms that Trump supporters are more likely than others to believe the wild conspiracy theories that Trump and his campaign have embraced. "I mean, I've beat many people and now we're down to one".

Trump's campaign has been in trouble ever since high-profile Republicans criticised his insinuation that Ghazala Khan - the mother of an American Muslim soldier killed on duty - was forced to be quiet while her husband spoke at the Democratic National Convention.

When Donald Trump spreads conspiracy theories, his voters listen.

"No one will pay so much that it destroys jobs, or undermines our ability as a nation to compete", he said at the Detroit Economic Club, in a speech that was repeatedly interrupted by protesters.

The change in trajectory could also be attributable to a stumble by Clinton on Friday, when she admitted she "short-circuited" when describing FBI Director James Comey's characterization of her email testimony as "truthful" when, in fact, he told Republicans on Capitol Hill his investigation found several of her repeated public statements were not backed up by the facts. "Indeed, we are convinced that he would be a risky president and would put at risk our country's national security and well-being".

When are the debates between Clinton and Trump?

"Take a look at the Middle East, take a look at the problems that we have", he said.

"I wasn't using any of them and they would have loved to have been involved with the campaign", Mr. Trump said Tuesday on Fox Business Network.

"They're on the wrong side of history", the adviser said.

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